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Making And Manipulating Marionettes

Author : David Currell
ISBN : PSU:000058825150
Genre : Crafts & Hobbies
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Making and Manipulating Marionettes is a superb guide to a craft and performance art that has fascinated audiences for over 2,000 years. Handsomely illustrated throughout, it presents precise instructions for the making of marionettes, both for plays and for acts in the variety tradition. All aspects of marionette design, construction, and control are covered, and there are rare insights into specialized designs and stringing techniques. Contents include an introduction to the marionette tradition and the principles and practicalities of marionette design; advice on materials and methods for carving, modeling, and casting puppet parts; detailed explanations for marionette control, stringing, and manipulation; step-by-step instructions for the construction and jointing of human and animal marionettes; and professional secrets for achieving a wide range of special effects.

Make A Marionette

Author : Lynne Anderson
ISBN : 9781616725563
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Learn how to make a marionette from a sock and a glove.

Everybody S Marionette Book

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ISBN : 9781443737487
Genre : Crafts & Hobbies
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Originally published in the 1930s, this is a wonderfully detailed guide to marionettes, puppetry and the construction and production of a show. It contains over a hundred diagrams and illustrations detailing all the various designs for puppets and instructions for their construction. All the secrets of the trade are laid in in simple language and instructions, along with clear and detailed diagrams. This is an exhaustive manual for anyone interested in puppetry. Contents Include: By Way of Introduction Puppetry In Foreign Countries The Stage Scenery and Properties Lighting Marionettes in the Making Marionettes Continued Controls and Strings Trick Dolls The Marionette in Action The Glove Puppet Productions Bibliography Materials and Where To Obtain Them Marionettes In London Museums Many of the earliest books, particularly those dating back to the 1900s and before, are now extremely scarce and increasingly expensive. Home Farm Books are republishing these classic works in affordable, high quality, modern editions, using the original text and artwork.Keywords: Making Marionettes Farm Books Puppetry Stage Scenery London Museums Glove Puppet Puppet Productions Marionette Foreign Countries 1900s Puppets 1930s Wonderfully Illustrations Bibliography Dolls Lighting

Getting Started With Backbone Marionette

Author : Raymundo Armendariz
ISBN : 9781783284269
Genre : Computers
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This book is written with an easy-to-understand approach with the intention of giving small but concrete examples that will help you to quickly understand each component of Marionette. Follow along as we work together to build a practical application using Backbone Marionette. If you are a web application developer interested in using Backbone Marionette for a real-life project, then this book is for you. As a prerequisite, knowledge of JavaScript and a working knowledge of Backbone.js is required.

The Complete Book Of Marionettes

Author : Mabel and Les Beaton
ISBN : 9780486317649
Genre : Crafts & Hobbies
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DIVHow to construct and manipulate puppets, build little theaters, set up and furnish a stage, light scenes, and more. Over 200 illustrations. /div

The Victorian Marionette Theatre

Author : John Mccormick
ISBN : 9781587295188
Genre : Art
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In this fascinating and colorful book, researcher and performer John McCormick focuses on the marionette world of Victorian Britain between its heyday after 1860 and its waning years from 1895 to 1914. Situating the rich and diverse puppet theatre in the context of entertainment culture, he explores both the aesthetics of these dancing dolls and their sociocultural significance in their life and time. The history of marionette performances is interwoven with live-actor performances and with the entire gamut of annual fairs, portable and permanent theatres, music halls, magic lantern shows, waxworks, panoramas, and sideshows. McCormick has drawn upon advertisements in the Era, an entertainment paper, between the 1860s and World War I, and articles in the World’s Fair, a paper for showpeople, in the first fifty years of the twentieth century, as well as interviews with descendants of the marionette showpeople and close examinations of many of the surviving puppets. McCormick begins his study with an exploration of the Victorian marionette theatre in the context of other theatrical events of the day, with proprietors and puppeteers, and with the venues where they performed. He further examines the marionette’s position as an actor not quite human but imitating humans closely enough to be considered empathetic; the ways that physical attributes were created with wood, paint, and cloth; and the dramas and melodramas that the dolls performed. A discussion of the trick figures and specialized acts that each company possessed, as well as an exploration of the theatre’s staging, lighting, and costuming, follows in later chapters. McCormick concludes with a description of the last days of marionette theatre in the wake of changing audience expectations and the increasing popularity of moving pictures. This highly enjoyable and readable study, often illuminated by intriguing anecdotes such as that of the Armenian photographer who fell in love with and abducted the Holden company’s Cinderella marionette in 1881, will appeal to everyone fascinated by the magic of nineteenth-century theatre, many of whom will discover how much the marionette could contribute to that magic.

The Art And Technique Of Marionette Making Vol 1

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ISBN : 2951166346
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The Marionette As An Ideal In Acting

Author : Rebecca Laughlin Rovit
ISBN : OCLC:20821603
Genre : Acting
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Getting Started With Backbone Marionette

Author : Raymundo Armendariz
ISBN : 9781783284269
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This book is written with an easy-to-understand approach with the intention of giving small but concrete examples that will help you to quickly understand each component of Marionette. Follow along as we work together to build a practical application using Backbone Marionette. If you are a web application developer interested in using Backbone Marionette for a real-life project, then this book is for you. As a prerequisite, knowledge of JavaScript and a working knowledge of Backbone.js is required.

Sicilian Epic And The Marionette Theater

Author : Michael Buonanno
ISBN : 9781476615004
Genre : Performing Arts
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This study analyzes the folkloric genres that comprise the repertoire of the marionette theater in Sicily. Here, epic, farce, saints' lives, bandits' lives, fairytales, Christian myth, and city legend offer the vehicles by which puppeteers comment upon, critique--perhaps even negotiate--the relationships among the major classes of Sicilian society: the aristocracy, the people, the clergy and the Mafia. The lynchpin of the repertoire is the Carolingian Cycle and, in particular, a contemporary version of The Song of Roland known in Sicily as The Death of the Paladins, a text which illustrates the means by which the Carolingian heroes--Charlemagne, Roland, Renaud, Ganelon, and Angelica--augment saints, bandits, Biblical figures and Sicilian folk heroes to provide the marionette theater its rhetorical function: the articulation and dissemination of the tools of Sicilian identity.

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